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Accounts following the Battle

Unidentified Mexican Soldier, April 5, 1836

Joe (the slave of William Bartlett Travis), April 11, 1836

Susanna Dickinson (wife of Almeron Dickinson, an artillery officer in the Alamo), April 29, 1836

Joe, May 25, 1836

Unidentified Witness, July 9, 1836

Juan N. Almonte (Mexican Colonel), September 7, 1836

Ben (a cook at Santa Anna's headquarters), 1840

Juan Nepomuceno Seguin, 1858

Fernando Urriza (Mexican Colonel), 1859

Susanna Hannig (Dickinson), 1875

Manuel Loranca (Mexican Sergeant), June 23, 1878

Enrique Esparza (the son of Alamo defender Gregorio Esparza), who was eight years old when he was inside the Alamo. November 9, 1901

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